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Meri, Sudi, and Dalila are three girls who live in Washington, D.C., but have little else in common. Or so they think. When an ancient magic is revealed, so are their true identities as Sisters of Isis. The Summoning After receiving an anonymous invitation to dinner at the Sky Terrace, Sudi meets a mysterious guy named Abdel, and two other girls, both strangers. Sudi doesn Meri, Sudi, and Dalila are three girls who live in Washington, D.C., but have little else in common. Or so they think. When an ancient magic is revealed, so are their true identities as Sisters of Isis. The Summoning After receiving an anonymous invitation to dinner at the Sky Terrace, Sudi meets a mysterious guy named Abdel, and two other girls, both strangers. Sudi doesn't know whether to laugh or run when Abdel claims that she and the other girls are the descendants of Egyptian pharaohs, powerful ancestors who have given them magical gifts and powers of transformation. But when evil forces begin to threaten her world, Sudi has no choice but to believe. Divine One It's bad enough that Meri had to leave her laid-back life in California for a snobby prep school in Washington, D.C. Now her mom, Senator Stark, has decided to run for her party's presidential nomination, and Meri is being forced into the spotlight more than ever. But while Meri dodges the paparazzi, the Sisters' newest enemy--Apep, the Egyptian god of darkness and chaos--is on the loose, devouring innocent people and bringing unnatural storms. Meri knows he must be stopped. But have things already spun too far out of her control?


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Meri, Sudi, and Dalila are three girls who live in Washington, D.C., but have little else in common. Or so they think. When an ancient magic is revealed, so are their true identities as Sisters of Isis. The Summoning After receiving an anonymous invitation to dinner at the Sky Terrace, Sudi meets a mysterious guy named Abdel, and two other girls, both strangers. Sudi doesn Meri, Sudi, and Dalila are three girls who live in Washington, D.C., but have little else in common. Or so they think. When an ancient magic is revealed, so are their true identities as Sisters of Isis. The Summoning After receiving an anonymous invitation to dinner at the Sky Terrace, Sudi meets a mysterious guy named Abdel, and two other girls, both strangers. Sudi doesn't know whether to laugh or run when Abdel claims that she and the other girls are the descendants of Egyptian pharaohs, powerful ancestors who have given them magical gifts and powers of transformation. But when evil forces begin to threaten her world, Sudi has no choice but to believe. Divine One It's bad enough that Meri had to leave her laid-back life in California for a snobby prep school in Washington, D.C. Now her mom, Senator Stark, has decided to run for her party's presidential nomination, and Meri is being forced into the spotlight more than ever. But while Meri dodges the paparazzi, the Sisters' newest enemy--Apep, the Egyptian god of darkness and chaos--is on the loose, devouring innocent people and bringing unnatural storms. Meri knows he must be stopped. But have things already spun too far out of her control?

30 review for Sisters of Isis: Volume 1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Trish

    I gave this book 2 stars only because I love Egyptian lore and mythology. Beyond that the book was predictable with characters that I disliked because they were so unintelligent an never adapted or grew in the two stories. Not an author for me, which is sad because some young adult books can be so enjoyable. I really wanted this one to be one of those, but it isn't. I gave this book 2 stars only because I love Egyptian lore and mythology. Beyond that the book was predictable with characters that I disliked because they were so unintelligent an never adapted or grew in the two stories. Not an author for me, which is sad because some young adult books can be so enjoyable. I really wanted this one to be one of those, but it isn't.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kamron killian

    i liked this book alot along with the daughters of the moon and the sons of dark.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Indira

    *no spoilers were harmed in the making of this review* "No one can change your fate, not even the gods. You must stand against evil and protect the world. YOu are the Descendants of the great kings of Egypt" Hey guys, so I finished Sisters of Isis: Volume 1 (Sisters of Isis, #1-2) by Lynne Ewing. This super novel combined I believe two books in the series, The Summoning and the Divine One. And let me tell you, I honestly think I could have lived without reading this novel. Now dont get me wrong, i *no spoilers were harmed in the making of this review* "No one can change your fate, not even the gods. You must stand against evil and protect the world. YOu are the Descendants of the great kings of Egypt" Hey guys, so I finished Sisters of Isis: Volume 1 (Sisters of Isis, #1-2) by Lynne Ewing. This super novel combined I believe two books in the series, The Summoning and the Divine One. And let me tell you, I honestly think I could have lived without reading this novel. Now dont get me wrong, it was bad perse, it just wasnt what I was expecting. Yes although this novel had plenty of action packed events, it just didnt capture me like I thought it would. Which was why I breeze through this novel. It also helped that this novel wasnt packed with background/scenic details, mainly just external and some internal dialogue. And the exterior descriptions it did have, wasnt that much to care for. Anyway, in my opinion, this novel felt kind of like a soap opera. Everything about a relationship between one character or another was dramatized. So packed with petty teenage emotions like jealousy, or envy, or lust. It was just kind of awkward, reading about how one of the MC was pining over one guy, trying to get over another, but then the other guy interferes, or a girl. Ugh, the teenage girls in this novel were so rude and bratty. I swear. Hell, some of the guys were as well. Kids can be so cruel, i'll tell ya. SO yeah, the relationship drama was practically nearly the cetner of the story. Who likes who,who hates who, who is jealous of who, who wants who, who wants to stop who from getting who, it was never ending. It felt like I was just thrust into teenage chaos and any hopes of order were only scattered throughout the books. I honestly dont know why I continued with this novel. OH wait, I do. Because I love my egyptian mythology so much I had to see at least that aspect through. And well, the novel didnt entirely butcher it. It played out...okayish. Least the author got what each God/Goddess ruled over right, mostly. And the names werent too spelled wrong. And the general myth surrounding the main gods of Egypt was mostly correct. So yeah...Gah, I know it sounds like I am bashing on this novel. I'm sure it was a good book and story, just not for me. It didnt click for me and that's way my opinions of this novel sound negative. But please feel free to form your own opinions. The story was nice enough and was coherent and the events flowed nicely. It just wasnt a novel that I found particularly captivating. That's just my opinion, take it for what its worth. Okay, I prattled on long enough. As always, if you guys have any questions or comments, drop em below. Till next time. Bye.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sofia

    I very much loved this two book experience. This is the type of series that is very fitting for this format! The storyline is great, and there are many many cliffhangers. It has some romance, too, and I definitely plan on reading more of the series!! The writing style isn’t the most artistic, if that’s the right word, but I didn’t mind!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Shela Muriel

    This book was amazing! I really enjoyed it and I am so glad that I found this book! Especially if it's a two in one. I read the first book first, then I read the second book I wonder where book three is. Cause i'm dying to find out what happened. This book was amazing! I really enjoyed it and I am so glad that I found this book! Especially if it's a two in one. I read the first book first, then I read the second book I wonder where book three is. Cause i'm dying to find out what happened.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Todd

    Short & open ended While there were parts of these two books I did enjoy, it just didn't grab me like I thought it would. It left a lot unsaid and ended VERY suddenly. I would not recommend this 2 book series. Short & open ended While there were parts of these two books I did enjoy, it just didn't grab me like I thought it would. It left a lot unsaid and ended VERY suddenly. I would not recommend this 2 book series.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Anne (Angel Anne Reviews) Nelson

    4/5 angel stars

  8. 4 out of 5

    Stephani

    If anyone knows me, I am in love with ancient Egypt. This book caught my eye at the bookstore and I snatched it up. Finally getting to it, I read it in a day. I want the rest of the books right now. Wonderfully written, easy to read, great descriptions and incredibly awesome characters. I am dying to know what happens next. Lynne Ewing is an exceptional author and I am definately going to rate this as a MUST READ if you love YA with loads of fantasy and magic stuff...Loads of action, love and so If anyone knows me, I am in love with ancient Egypt. This book caught my eye at the bookstore and I snatched it up. Finally getting to it, I read it in a day. I want the rest of the books right now. Wonderfully written, easy to read, great descriptions and incredibly awesome characters. I am dying to know what happens next. Lynne Ewing is an exceptional author and I am definately going to rate this as a MUST READ if you love YA with loads of fantasy and magic stuff...Loads of action, love and so on!!! Loved it and I am totally looking forward to the next addition!!!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

    Both stories were a little slow I have to admit. But they were pretty good surprisingly. I didn't feel attached to the characters, however I liked them. I haven't read anything like this so I would say it was unique. I can't say if I will read the next book in the series or not. But for the most part it was worth reading. Both stories were a little slow I have to admit. But they were pretty good surprisingly. I didn't feel attached to the characters, however I liked them. I haven't read anything like this so I would say it was unique. I can't say if I will read the next book in the series or not. But for the most part it was worth reading.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    It started off a little slow and I wasn't sure I actually liked any of the characters or really understood where the books were going However, by midway through Sudi's story, I HAD to know what was going to happen and loved both Sudi and Meri's stories. It started off a little slow and I wasn't sure I actually liked any of the characters or really understood where the books were going However, by midway through Sudi's story, I HAD to know what was going to happen and loved both Sudi and Meri's stories.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jan Hoffman

    It is rare that I can't find something worth "sticking it out" in a book....but here is just such a case. Not only was the story weak, the writing was really awful. This is a two books in one deal. I read the first book and then quite. Just not worth my time It is rare that I can't find something worth "sticking it out" in a book....but here is just such a case. Not only was the story weak, the writing was really awful. This is a two books in one deal. I read the first book and then quite. Just not worth my time

  12. 5 out of 5

    Katlyn

    It was very good. What happens is three girls from Washington who find out they are the Descendants from Isis and they go on all these adventures to save the world from Ancient Egyptian monsters and demons.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kyla Adkins

    So far this book is engrosing and interesting. The fun twist of Egyptian mythology was a fresh idea. I personally LOVE books about mythology. Almost finished and I hope it doesn't dissapoint!!!! So far this book is engrosing and interesting. The fun twist of Egyptian mythology was a fresh idea. I personally LOVE books about mythology. Almost finished and I hope it doesn't dissapoint!!!!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Miriam Laracuente

    I really liked this book and I hope i get to read the one after this one.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Neva

    it was ok

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kellie

    boring, couldn't really get into it. boring, couldn't really get into it.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    Wow... I can't believe that I finished this book in one day. It was really good. I can't wait to find the other two books in the series!! Wow... I can't believe that I finished this book in one day. It was really good. I can't wait to find the other two books in the series!!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Adeline Lundgren

    I did not want to put this book down at all. My friends got annoyed with me due to this book because it was so good

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kayci Schmidt

    This book was a nice little diversion.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sammy Shirkey

  21. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea

  22. 4 out of 5

    Shyanna

  23. 5 out of 5

    Serenity

  24. 5 out of 5

    Caelle

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lynette

    Amazing! I didnt think it would be this good!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Bateman

  28. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Lorenzo

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ciara

  30. 5 out of 5

    Christine Hanby

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